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Our Attorneys Handle Diverse, Complex Contract Disputes

Business-related agreements and contracts provide a solid foundation for mutually beneficial transactions. When one or both parties to a contract claim there has been a breach in that contract, early resolution of the disagreement can prevent legal fees and court costs as well as further business losses. Some cases require litigation, however. The choice of an accomplished, experienced attorney is critical. Astute business owners and representatives seek legal counsel as soon as a problem becomes apparent. Early legal intervention often results in early resolution. Lawyers at James Dodge Russell & Stephens, P.C., in Salt Lake City, steer clients toward the best overall resolution whenever possible. If litigation becomes unavoidable, we are prepared to advocate zealously for our clients. We represent both plaintiffs and defendants in breach of contract cases involving the following, among other issues:

  • Partnership agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Stock contracts
  • Operating agreements
  • Purchase contracts
  • Contracts for the sale of materials, services, or products
  • Real estate contracts
  • Commercial leases
  • Large loan defaults
  • All other contract disputes

Whatever type of contract is involved, and whether our client is the plaintiff or the defendant, we know from years of law practice the importance of close attorney-client collaboration. Within our law firm, we adhere to a team approach. Our clients enjoy the opportunity to collaborate with us in pursuit of the most favorable, attainable outcomes.

Our Salt Lake City, UT law practice has served business clients of all kinds in the metro area, throughout Utah and across the U.S. We are prepared to take on complex contract disputes in any context: in negotiations, in arbitration, and/or at trial.

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Reach us by email through this website or call 801-363-6363 to discuss your case with a Utah business litigation attorney.